Giggling and Giving at CPotential
Giggles galore: (l-r) John Martin, CPotential Chairman, Janis Winehouse-Collins, Rosie Jones, Jo Honigmann, Richard Collins. Photo: Helen Rayner
Over 50 guests came to our CPotential Centre on Thursday 24 May to enjoy pitting their wits, having a laugh and raising vital funds at our Giggle and Give Quiz Night.
Top comedian Rosie Jones (shortlisted for the Rising Star award in this year’s Diversity in Media awards) provided the giggle part of the evening with an hilarious comedy set.
Richard Collins, a trustee of our friends the Amy Winehouse Foundation, kept the laughs coming and did sterling work as our quizmaster for the night. In a quiz worthy of Mastermind, Kingsley Napley LLP’s team won the evening’s honours.
In addition to the quiz, guests enjoyed a sparkling canapé reception and a delicious dinner by renowned caterers The Gatherers.
It was the first time we’ve hosted the event here at our centre in Muswell Hill. Guests enjoyed the warm, intimate atmosphere and being able to see the children’s work and photos of our Learning for Living programme in action.
Jo Honigmann, CPotential CEO, says: “A huge thank you to everyone who came, giggled and gave. Holding the event at our Centre really added to our guests’ understanding of our life-changing support for disabled children and their families and why our work is so important.”
Huge thanks to Rosie and Richard for giving their time so generously and to Helen Rayner for taking the fantastic photos to capture the evening.
- All proceeds from the event are going towards our Learning for Living Appeal to provide more learning opportunities for the disabled children who come to our sessions and Woodstar School.
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